Phil Dayvault Presents Major New Evidence from Early Christianity


NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ — Morgan James’s new release, The Keramion, Lost and Found: A Journey to the Face of God by Philip E. Dayvault chronicles an epic exploration and reveals a revolutionary discovery.

For millennia the world has debated over the story of Jesus Christ. His deity, resurrection, and even existence have been brought into question, and believers and nonbelievers alike have endlessly searched for definitive proof that Christ walked the earth. After years of investigation and research, former FBI Special Agent and longtime Shroud investigator Phil Dayvault has compiled his studies and findings into his revealing narrative, The Keramion, Lost and Found: A Journey to the Face of God.

Having been long accepted among Christians as the greatest physical evidence for Christ’s life, passion and death, many still question the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, the traditional burial cloth of Jesus. But now, after a quest to find ancient oil lamps in Turkey, Phil Dayvault has discovered what he believes to be the truth about the Shroud of Turin. With a compilation of vivid historical writing, photographs of ancient sites and sacred arts, and the discovery of a small mosaic which actually depicts an image of Jesus Christ, The Keramion, Lost and Found: A Journey to the Face of God ties together a fascinating and factual defense for the authenticity of the famous Shroud.

In this new nonfiction, readers are ushered in to join Dayvault and his guide and translator Hafize on his exciting adventure and to experience illuminating new discoveries right along with him. The Keramion, Lost and Found brings history to life and leaves readers feeling enlightened and satisfied. This real life journey leaves no stone unturned, and no questions hanging in the balance. The truth is out there, and The Keramion, Lost and Found: A Journey to the Face of God has found it!

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Phil Dayvault, please call Nickcole Watkins at 516.900.5674 or contact Dayvault directly via his website.

About the Author:
Phil Dayvault currently lives in North Carolina. He is a UNC-CH graduate and has held professional positions with the US government and numerous international companies. Since 1973, he has studied the Shroud of Turin, the traditional burial cloth of Jesus Christ. In 2000, he began independently investigating various aspects of the Shroud, related relics, and sacred art. Phil continues his Shroud studies and writing about other “new, unique, historical, and never-before-seen” discoveries…stay tuned! For additional information, please see:
www.keramion502.com.

More About This Title:
The Keramion, Lost and Found: A Journey to the Face of God by Phil Dayvault will be released by Morgan James Publishing on February 16, 2016. The Keramion, Lost and Found—ISBN 978-1630476427—has 322 pages and is being sold as a trade paperback for $34.99. It is available from finer booksellers everywhere.

About Morgan James Publishing: Morgan James Publishing (www.MorganJamesPublishing.com) provides entrepreneurs with the vital information, inspiration, and guidance they need to be successful. Morgan James Publishing, The Entrepreneurial Publisher™, has been recognized by Publisher’s Weekly for four years on their fast growing press list and is reported as being the future of publishing.

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